Noblesville, Indiana Real Estate and Community Information
The city is located in Hamilton County, Indiana and is the county seat for that county. The population for the city is 52,000 residents, according to 2014 records.
The city is served by the city school system and educates children in Kindergarten through grade 12 in seven elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. There are several private schools in the area offering an option to public school education. The district and the schools are highly rated by parents, students and educational professionals. Students test well on the state mandated tests and earn some of the highest test scores in the state.
Available real estate in the city includes single family homes, condominiums and townhouses and undeveloped residential properties. Residences are located in family friendly neighborhoods and are a mix of current residences and new construction. The real estate is desirable because of their proximity and easy access to Indianapolis and employment opportunities.
Residents and potential residents should secure the services of Diane Wilson, realtor, when searching for a new home in the city. She will know the best properties to help the home buyer meet their home buying needs.
The history of the city dates back to 1818 when the land which is now Hamilton County was purchased from the Native Americans in the area by the United States government. Mr. William Connor established the first trading post and lived in the first log cabin built in the area. The Peru and Indianapolis Railroad was brought through the city in 1851 and brought about an increase in population and strengthened the economy. Prosperity engulfed the region when a natural gas well was discovered in the city. As a result employment increased greatly and a residential boom followed. The city experienced a second population spurt in the early 2000’s as the city, as well as Hamilton County became a preferred place of residence because of its proximity to Indianapolis.
Parks and Recreation
The city Parks and Recreation Department maintains and operates several parks and facilities, as well as seasonal programs for adults, children and youth’s. Amenities include playgrounds, picnic area with grilling areas and shelters, sports fields and courts, golf, concessions and walking and hiking trails. The Department is also in the process of adding to the recreation system and they are in the planning process for several new parks.
Attractions and Activities
The city and the surrounding area offer a variety of things to do for family members of all ages. There are amusement parks and aquatic centers, miniature golf, interactive historic museums and homes and family fun parks.
The city and the surrounding county is host to a variety of events that are designed to bring the community together. The events include fairs, Farmers Markets, neighborhood celebrations, food festivals, charitable events and music festivals. There are events especially for children and youths as well as adults. Family members of all ages will find events to capture their interest.
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